Syrian Warplanes Take Off From Air Base 'Destroyed' by US Missile Strikes
At least six were killed in the illegal attack, but Syria's Shayrat airfield is not destroyed
In the early hours of Friday, the US launched dozens of Tomahawk cruise missiles from two warships in the Mediterranean at Syria's Shayrat airfield in Homs province.
Twelve hours later, the Syrian air force was able to take off from the "destroyed" air base to carry out missions against Washington's "moderate" rebels.
Yes, the "almost completely destroyed" Syrian air base is apparently still functional:
You spent $100 million to murder six people and blow up nine outdated jets from the 1970s.
But the truth is: All the evidence points to the US spending millions to murder 6 Syrians.
Don't tell Fox:
Look at these Syrian jets sitting outside their hangars, untouched:
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